My Loyola Transformation

Commencement 2016

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2015 Commencement Student Address

Shawn Crump, candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, Management, Cum Laude, delivers the student address to SCPS Commencement on May 3, 2015.

2015 Commencement Keynote Address

Carmen Velásquez, the Founder of Alivio Medical Center, delivers commencement address to Loyola University Chicago's School of Continuing & Professional Studies on May 3, 2015.

2015 SCPS Commencement Ceremony

Web-based courses at Loyola

Learn about the advantages of taking online courses as part of Loyola's continuing education program.

Loyola SCPS Online Learning: Introduction

Watch one of our current students discuss the comfort, convenience, and flexibility of online classes in Loyola's continuing education program. Continue watching here for a walk through of online course learning tools.

Persuasion course with Patrick Somers

Go behind the scenes with Patrick Somers, who teaches in Loyola University Chicago's School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

SCPS Celebrates 100 years

From the early days of University College, through Mundelein College, to today’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies, Loyola has accomplished its mission by providing a transformative education which guides the adult student to a future of leadership, career success and a meaningful life. This year, SCPS celebrates 100 years of this great tradition of adult education.

What is Jesuit Education?

Learn about the Jesuit's commitment to social justice through rigorous inquiry and ethical action.

Meet Dom Merrit, SCPS Alum

"Professors recognized that we were full-time professionals by day and that we were making this huge sacrifice to come back to school at night", says SCPS grad Dom Merrit. "They really respected us as adults, and for the perspective that we could bring to the program."






A faculty perspective on students

The faculty at School of Continuing and Professional Studies, love their job! Here's why...